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Tango Gameworks' rhythm-action game Hi-Fi RUSH has enjoyed an excellent start, attaining an Overwhelmingly Positive status on Steam only 24 hours or so after it launched. 
AI VTuber Neuro-sama has been reinstated after its ban from Twitch and is already back to riling up fans with its odd speech and behavior.
A man in Japan has been referred to prosecutors after it was found that he possessed unauthorized body pillow covers featuring characters from the Dead or Alive series with the intention of selling them.
Mahjong Soul player in Japan sends death threat to the publisher Yostar in frustration over losses. The student had been losing over and over at Mahjong Soul and sent the death threat in retaliation.
The Return YouTube Dislike browser extension has proven itself to be popular, but there are cases where the estimated number of dislikes calculated by RYD deviate greatly from the actual numbers.
There appears to be a major problem with O2Jam Online's song subscription service. Despite being a monthly subscription, there have been reports from a number of users claiming that they are being charged every day.
An odd rumor regarding Fire Emblem Engage recently began spreading online in Japan. It stated that there was an additional option within the Japanese language settings to change them to the Kansai dialect, a regional dialect common in western Japan. The rumor is false and no such option exists.
Four games including Real Car Driving Simulator & Parking 2022 Games were removed from the eShop. Each of these games had deceptive screenshots that were not representative of actual gameplay.
Dead Space 2 had been region locked for 12 years in Japan, but the game can finally be purchased in the country. Anyone who pre-orders the new remake of Dead Space on Steam will receive Dead Space 2 as a pre-order bonus.
Splatoon 3 was recently updated to Ver. 2.1.0 and brought with it a buff to the Triple Inkstrike special weapon that has grabbed the attention of the community.
With Splatoon 3’s latest Ver. 2.1.0 update, a build consisting of the N-ZAP '85 equipped with the Tacticooler and Respawn Punisher gear ability has been gaining popularity in Japan.
O2Jam, a rhythm game that originally ended service in 2012, has been revived as O2Jam Online and released on Steam as a free-to-play title. However, the game currently has an Overwhelmingly Negative (4% approval rate) review status on the platform.
Former Bandai Namco employee embezzled 600 million yen (around $4.6 million) by selling the company's mobile devices without Bandai Namco's permission. The company has filed a civil lawsuit against the former employee.
Bright Memory: Infinite adds partial 3rd-person mode (Perspective-assist mode) that lets you enjoy the protagonist Shelia's costumes more than before.
Mutekimaru Channel, a YouTube channel known for its Fish Play Pokémon live stream series, has been drawing attention after a strange mishap involving the fish spending money on the Nintendo eShop.
Splatoon 3’s Ver. 2.1.0 update brings buffs for a number of weapons to the game. Especially the Dynamo Roller.
A strange bug has been discovered in Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) that causes the Warrior’s Shake It Off ability to heal a ludicrous amount of HP.
Greninja will be coming to Pokémon Scarlet and Violet via 7-star Tera Raid Battles. Greninja’s Tera Type will be Poison, and like Charizard and Cinderace before it, will have the Mightiest Mark.
Genshin Impact character Alhaitham has seen a surge in popularity on social media. What seems to be most striking in a slew of fanart is Alhaitham’s bulky yet well-proportioned physique.
CRI Middleware's communication middleware CRI TeleXus adds support for large-scale, simultaneous voice chat between thousands of users.
Atlus has released the video and livestreaming guidelines for the remastered versions of both Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden.
Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) Patch 6.3’s exquisite steamed bun animation draws attention. There is a scene that shows Zero breaking a dumpling into two, and the accompanying animation is enough to whet the player's appetite.
Just who would win in a fight between God of War’s Kratos and Yakuza’s Kazuma Kiryu? This frivolous question has invited debate between users on social media.
Square Enix’s Naoki Yoshida made comments touching on rumors about the release of a PC version of Final Fantasy XVI. "No one has said anything about the release of a PC version. Why are people expecting a PC version to come out half a year later?”

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